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Fokker D.VII 30-60cc ARF, 87"

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Hangar 9 - HAN2890
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Needed to Complete
  • 30cc to 60cc two- or four-stroke gas/petrol engine or equivalent electric motor system
  • Full-range, 6+ channel transmitter and receiver
  • (6) High-Torque Standard-size servos (5 for the electric power option)
  • (2) Batteries for receiver and engine ignition (for the gas power option)
  • Prop: 18-26" Gas Power, 20 x 10 Electric Power
  • Tools and adhesives for assembly (refer to manual for complete list of items needed)
What's in the Box?
  • (1) Hangar 9® Fokker D.VII ARF (unassembled)
  • (1) Product Manual


The German Fokker D.VII is frequently cited as one of the best fighter aircraft of the First World War. But its story of inception is what makes it a supremely interesting subject. During the latter half of 1917, the Allies had regained air superiority over the Western Front with the S.E. 5 and the SPAD fighters. To counter this, the German government invited aircraft manufacturers to submit prototype single-seat fighter designs for evaluation in Berlin in January 1918. The design with the best overall performance would be awarded a production contract. The Fokker D VII was the winner, earning an initial contract for 400 units. The Fokker D.VII was easy to maneuver, strong and agile and as a result was highly respectable by the enemy. The D.VII could "hang on its propeller" and attack upwards while other aircraft would stall and fly away. The performance of the Fokker D.VII was superior to any other aircraft used by the triumphant power. As a result, Germany had to surrender all the airplanes after the end of World War I. A total of 3,300 DVII were produced and over 700 were in service after the war ended.

Hangar 9 brings this Great War legend to life as a remarkable giant-scale ARF with scale details to truly do the legendary Fokker D.VII justice. The model has been expertly built to exacting standards utilizing lightweight balsa and plywood. The result is an ARF model that goes together easily with outstanding appearance and friendly flying manners. Even the most discerning modeler will appreciate the exceptional level of details like molded machine guns, scale pilot figure, cockpit details and 8" scale tires, just to name a few. Shock-absorbing main landing gear takes most of the bounce out of grass strips. Genuine UltraCote covering provides an exterior finish that replicates scale-inspired colors with distinction. The Fokker D.VII is designed to accommodate a variety of 30cc to 60cc 2- or 4-stroke gas engines, or brushless electric outrunner motor. All hardware for the recommended power system options is included so assembly is easy and you can get in the air faster. A large top-hatch makes any maintenance and battery changes simple, while providing easy access to electronic components.

Whether this is your first giant scale World War I aircraft or the perfect complement to your scale collection, you won't find a replica Fokker D.VII that better captures the spirit of this Great War Legend!

The Fokker D.VII 30-60cc ARF is also part of a complete line of top-quality Hangar 9® aircraft. All are engineered and crafted to exacting standards and feature the finest components and materials. Plus, every Hangar 9 product comes with the after-sale service and technical support you need to succeed.

Key Features

  • Expertly constructed with lightweight, laser-cut balsa and plywood
  • Two-piece bottom wings with aluminum tube provides easy transport and assembly
  • Ready to install scale replica engine included
  • Sprung wooden tail skid included
  • Genuine shock-absorbing main landing gear with matching paint finish
  • Convenient three-piece top wing simplify aircraft assembly
  • Detailed cockpit features a scale pilot and instrument details
  • Machine guns included for added realism and scale looks
  • Large top hatch provides easy access to electronics and flight batteries
  • 8" vintage scale wheels included
  • Functional tail flying wires
  • Matching paint on fiberglass cowl includes molded details
  • Designed to accept gas/petrol engines and electric motors
  • Covered in authentic Hangar 9 UltraCote
  • Complete quality hardware package included

Product Specs

CG (Center of Gravity)
7" (178mm) behind leading edge of top wing center section
Completion Level
Almost Ready-To-Fly
Recommended Motor Battery
10-12S 7000-14000mAh
Power Type
Skill Level
Level 3
Trim Scheme Colors
Red, white and black
87" (2210mm)
Airfoil Shape
Approximate Assembly Time
20+ Hours
Engine Size
2-stroke gas: 30-60cc
Motor Size
Product Length
72" (1829mm)
Spinner Size
Spinner nut
Landing Gear
Speed Control
Sold Separately
Wing Area
2430 sq in (156.8 sq dm)
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Transmitter Range
Full range
Minimum Required Radio

Video Overview

On The Fly


It's Deep Red: HANU871

Those cables are in the Hardware Set (HAN289011). A cable control set such as DUB518 may also be suitable.

Assigning them to separate channels works well. This way you have independent adjustment and it makes for a very easy setup. Spektrum radios have a dual elevator aircraft type in the firmware. It is also possible to connect them with a Y harness.

The D.VII uses only one rudder servo, though there are two elevator servos. Generally, the use of a Y-harness is optional. Using separate channels offers more flexibility with setup, such as centering and travel adjustments. In this case, one of the elevator servos needs to be reversed, which would require a reversed servo, or reversing Y harness.